Mitsubishi Electric has launched a series of collaborative robots called MELFA ASSISTA in India. MELFA ASSISTA can work together with humans, keeping safety features such as collision detection a priority and complying strictly with international safety and robotic standards ISO 10218-1 and ISO/TS15066. After a successful global launch, collaborative robots are ready to serve the Indian market and take a lead in Indian manufacturing. Mitsubishi Electric Factory Automation and Industrial Division, located in Pune, is excited to serve its customers with the advancements in productivity, faster automation, along with flexibility and safety.
RT VisualBox, an intuitive engineering software will also be introduced in new series for quick and effortless system development. MELFA ASSISTA and RT VisualBox can be utilized to achieve efficient production, reduce the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) of Robotic Manufacturing Systems, and meet government norms at manufacturing sites. In addition to that certified peripheral devices such as electric grippers, cameras, etc. can be connected easily using RT VisualBox.
Hisahiro Nishimoto, Business Unit Head-Factory Automation & Industrial Division, Mitsubishi Electric India Pvt. Ltd. said: ”We are proud to announce the launch of Collaborative Robots in India. Our Factory Automation & Industrial Division is ready to support customers with advanced automation needs. We are looking at faster automation, higher productivity, flexibility, safety and reduced Total Cost of Ownership. We are excited to see the efficiency it will bring to factory floors and ease the operations with common space sharing and work alongside employees to increase productivity.”